Engineering Technology Fundamentals Certificate Program

EF11

Program Description

The intent of the Engineering Fundamentals technical certificate of credit is to expose students to Engineering Technology and Civil Engineering Technology. Provides training in core engineering techniques. These techniques include drafting and design, and complex mathematical calculations. Topics also include engineering project write-ups, presentation, evaluation, and safety.

Program Specific Information

Students are accepted every semester based on course and space availability.

Program Length and Availability

2 Semesters

Campus Availability: Hall, Barrow

Financial Aid

This program is not eligible for the Pell Grant, but may be eligible for Institutional and State Financial Aid.

Contact a Financial Aid Counselor for eligibility requirements and application materials.

Admissions Requirements

Must be 16 years of age. 

High school diploma or GED is required prior to admission. (Official transcripts or GED scores must be submitted from all colleges and/or high schools attended for credit.)

ACCUPLACER Testing, or submit SAT, ACT, COMPASS, or ASSET test scores.

Curriculum

Program-Specific Core – Total of 9 Hours

ENGT 1000Intro to Engineering Tech

3

MATH 1111College Algebra

3

MATH 1113Precalculus

3

Occupational-Related Elective – Total of 4 Hours

DFTG 1101CAD Fundamentals

4

DFTG 11053D Mechanical Drawing

4

DFTG 2010Engineering Graphics

4

 

PHYS 1111Introductory Physics I

3

And

PHYS 1111LIntroductory Physics Lab I

1

Total Credit Hours: 13

Graduation Plan

Semester One

MATH 1111College Algebra

3

ENGT 1000Intro to Engineering Tech

3

Total Credit Hours:6

MATH 1111:- Pre-Req: Test Scores – See Advisor

Semester Two

Apply for Graduation

MATH 1113Precalculus

3

DFTG 2010Engineering Graphics

4

Total Credit Hours:7

MATH 1113:- Pre-Req: MATH 1111 + Regular Admission*

Total Credit Hours: 13

This plan is for informational purposes ONLY. It is not a substitute for meeting with a program advisor each term.